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ago darren clark's wife lost his battle for cancer. now, 32 being his best golf behind him, he was scheduled to work tv if he missed the cut. wild weather day, it was raining on the practice range. miguel jimenez getting loose. mickelson might start dancing more often. he tore up the front nine. no. 7, eagle, yes. he caught clark for the lead at five under. it's raining with serious storms in the middle of the final round. clark's turn. chance for eagle at the 7 and he takes advantage. he's back in front by two. ninth hole, clark with a tough one off the fairway. low approach shot. it just gets over the green side. rolls up to the green. saved par. a fortunate bounce, and clark knew it. mickelson to save par at 11. this bogey spelled the end of his bid for the title. his mind went downhill after that. clark weathered the challengers and the elements and was able to soak in the applause, the tap-in for his championship. improbably victory for one of golf's most popular players. >> i want to share with everybody. i'm your normal ordinary guy. i want people to be -- it's been incr
ago, clark's wife lost the two year battle with cancer. golf took the back seat . slowly clark picked up the pieces and his golf game came to a fruition this week. final round of the 140th open championship west. blustery conditions yet again. phil started five strokes off of the lead and works his way in contention . shares the lead five under. clark responded with a eagle of his own and perfect read and speed. clark to minus seven. mickleson six under and then implode and four bogeys on the back nine and finished two under par. dustip johnson paired with clark and he gets greedy and sails out of bounds and finished tied with mickleson for 7. no pressure on clark. four-shot lead and tap in bogey for the win. clark claims the first player. >> i have tried and tried and tried . i always with the game. i still kept believing. before he was mc he was the stanly and the rap star honored with his own bobble head today and here it is. hammer time. throwing out the first pitch and bringing it today . i will play ball. this dude is dancing . you remember that? maybe it is yust me. he's in thr
. >> another sentimental favorite. five years ago, darren clark's wife lost his battle with cancer, now, 32, his best golf thought to be behind him. he was scheduled to work for tv this weekend if he missed the cut. instead, he held the lead. wild weather, it was raining dance moves on the practice rain. phil mickelson and -- getting -- mickelson might do that more often. he tore up the front nine. no. 7, eagle. he caught clark. it's raining eagles, serious storms in the middle of the final round. a chance for an eagle at seven, and he also takes advantage. he's back in front by two. to the ninth, clark with a tough line off the fairway. it's a low approach. it somehow got over the bunker, rolled up to the green. he saved par. this is an awfully fortunate bounce and clark knew it. mickelson trying to save par at 11. this bogey spelled the end of his bid for the title. clark, won the challenge and element and was able to soak up the applause on 18th fairway. 42-year-old taps in to win. his first major championship over three strokes over mickelson and johnson. prominent victory for one of go
and to 4-under. johnson with the final round in second place, one stroke behind this man. gavin clark enjoying the nice beverage and the nice putt. at 5-under par and, yes, the 42- year-old from nowhere ireland is your 54-hole leader. i asked you quickly, who is your winner for the british open? >> i have to go with the guy that enjoys a good beer. >> darren clash. >> -- clark. >> rickey fouler. >> real? >> three shots off of the lead. >> i want someone who wears a 59-50 and a flat bridge hat to within a major event. >> very good, i have seen you at redskins park for years and albert heche esworth and when it comes to, you know -- haines worth. look at jimenez, you can to this? can albert haines worth do this in. >> i can't do that. >> watch the knees. oh. >>> and i don't know on i have seen them on a saturday night in georgetown. >> and -- to pass the redskins conditioning test. >> without going to the bathroom. and that is -- . >> that is the big question. >> we kid about big al and we wonder, will he be on the opening day roster? >> i believe he will; however, that is incorporating
is that? out of bounds. finished 2 under, tied for second. back to clarke. leads by 3. the fans, why not, the 42-year-old able to smile. bogeys the last two holes and still wins by 3. 20th appearance in the british open nets him his first major championship and for clarke, who lost his wife due to breast cancer in 2006, this was a special day indeed. >> i want to thank my mom and dad, and my whole family and allison, my fiance, for all their never ending support and to some of you may know there's somebody up there watching down as well. thank you very much. [applause] >> congratulations. >>> when we come back, the nats try to jump past the braves. where did they go? where did who go? we're back in a flash. >>> welcome back to the show. the nats are trying to build post all-star break momentum by taking the rubber match of a three dame set in atlanta -- game set in atlanta. nats visiting the braves. he didn't have problems pitching, but running the bases. 3rd innings, shot to center, nobody is going to catch it. going to be waved home by the third base coach. going to collide with catche
. >> graham mcdowell, rory mcilroy and now darren clark. third major title for northern ireland in the last 18 months. if the name darren clark isn't familiar to you it may be because he has never won a golf major and hasn't even been a contendser in the last 10 years. that changed this weekend. final round of the british open at royal st. george's. a big push early by phil mickelson but lefty with the long putt for eagle in the 7th drains it to tie for the lead at five under. today though another big day for the irish. darren clark for eagle at the 7. sinks it to regain the lead. then on 18 with four putts to win. clark just misses the par putt but he is smiling of course because he knows it is all over. clark taps in for bogey to win his first major championship. >>> this evening as you know i'm following up with a little beverage this evening. >>> i'm sure he will get used to that as much as he can. he gets his name on it this year. american phil mickelson and dustin johnson finished tied for second at two under. thomas bjorn fourth. ricky fowler and two others at fifth. >>> nationals pitch
clarke and godzilla may be stuck on 499- homers but he can still flash the leather... sports is >>> moving day for everyone in the british open. northern ireland quickly becoming the home of champions. dowell won last year. mcilroy last year. now clark a chance to break through. not a picture perfect day in england. barring a comeback rory mcilroy won't be winning back-to-back majors. shoots a 4 over 4 and nine shots off the lead. 22-year-old ricky fowler with three birdies on the back nine. fowler shoots a 68 and three shots back. phil mickelson has never won an open championship and got his work cut out for him tomorrow after shooting a one over 71 to leave him four back. dustin johnson matched fowler's 68 for the low round of the day. in fact, he briefly did have a share of the lead and will head into the final round one shot back. darren clark played the front nine even but would get back to five under after the birdie on number 12. the 42-year-old shoots a 69 and is 18 holes away from his first ever major title. >> darren clark back to the top of the leaderboard. >> i fe
. darrin clark the third round leader. clark has a similar result on the 7th. putting for eagle and get this to go. clark reclaims the lead at seven under and the battle is on. the back nine at royal saint george's and phil mickelson having trouble. misses the short par putt. phil was three over on the back and finished tied for second at minus two with this man. dustin johnson in contention. second shot going for the green and johnson his it out of bounds. he would double bogey and finishes at two under-par. the day belonged to 42-year-old darrin clark. enjoying the walk up the 18th fairway. all smiles. three shot lead. tapped in for bogey to win his first major championship. clark the sixth man in history to win his first major over the age of 40. the nats against the braves. roger drives the pitch to the gap in right center. check it out. hustling around the bases. he's going to try to score. here comes the relay. he crashes into brian mccann. the ball gets away. he scores. nats tie the game at 2-2. runs into mccann, twists his right ankle. limps to the dugout and would not return. t
in irelands. that in the heels that mcilroy winning. >> who's your favorite golfer? >> darren clark. >> clark took a one stroke lead into the pursuit of his own. he got off to a great start. clark with his approach that leads to a birdie and a two stroke lead. it was up to the rest of the field to make a move for 10 holes, phil mickelson was up to the challenge. mickelson for eagle, he was tied for the lead. mickelson played the first 10 holes. 6-under par. he is finishing with his 68. clark dropped the shot with a bogey at number four. got two back when his eagle put on number seven was also good. the other player in contention was dustin johnson. johnson began the round one stroke back when he made birdie on the 12th hole. he was back within two. any chance that came about on win -- he took double bogey. that meant clark could stroke in. he gave one back with the bogey. took another one here at 18. when his power puck would not quite drop. that still means a three stroke win that clark said wasn't just for him. >> i want to share it with everybody. i'm your in normal ordinary guy and i jus
but these are masters color. moving day at the british open for everyone except darren clark. godzilla may be stuck on 499 homers but he can still flash the leather. sports is next. ,,,,,,,,,, [ male announcer ] nature is unique... ...authentic... ...pure... and also delicious. ♪ like nature valley. granola bars made with crunchy oats and pure honey. because natural is not only good, it also tastes good. nature valley -- 100% natural. 100% delicious. northern ireland is becoming the me of champions. >>> so even if your a gambler you couldn't pick it. >> that's right. 31 golfers within four strokes of the lead coming into today's third round. northern ireland is becoming the home of champions. graham mcdowell opened last year at pebble beach. rory mcilroy won this year's u.s. open now darren clark has a chance to break through. not exactly a picture-perfect summer day in england. barring a record comeback tomorrow rory mcilroy won't be winning back-to-back majors. he shoots a four over 74 and is nine shots off the lead. >> ricky fowler made his way up the leaderboard with three birdies. he came wi
trips in america and the lives of two young men, meriweather lewis and william clark. >> one of the big advances in the united states' land mass occurred with the louisiana purchase. at that point in time, thomas jefferson had put together the idea of finding out as much as he could about the newly acquired land. the most famous was the lewis and clark expedition. this is the only surviving map that went with them. it provides the information to go through the first year of the lewis and clark expedition. in the maps in our collection, there are a number of annotations that shows they were actually embellishing or adding information. there are also indications of a little bit of blood on it, you know, so it's an authentic map, one that's quite exciting. several years ago, we scanned it, so it's available on our website, so if a patron wants to come and look at the lewis and clark piece, it's readily available wherever you live, here in the united states or beijing or moscow or london. >> some presidents were careful to leave a legacy of their president, as witnessed by the library of co
, and of course started it like they finished, not well. we'll start with some golf. darren clarke, he's been described as the every man, a few pounds overweight, always fancies a pint of gain ness. it's a moniker. the 42-year-old from northern ireland embraces. the every man is leading the 140th open championship. conditions to start round three in a word miserable. 25 to 30-mile-an-hour winds and raining. welcome to summer in southeast england. shot of the day. the dane, the approach shot on the par 4 ninth. a few hops, checks, spins in for the eagle. hansen is even par tied for seventh. phil mickelson has long struggled in the british open. he's in the hunt this year. his third shot on nine looked like it would drop for birdie. only three guys were under par today. one was ricky fowler, burying the birdie putt on 16. with a 68, he's two under. dustin johnson will be playing in the final group for the third time in the last six majors. johnson sticks his approach from 150 out on 15. he birdied to go to 5 under and finish at minus 4 with a 68. johnson is one back of clarke. he should conside
of fiber. not that anyone has to know. fiber beyo recognition. fibeone. >>> darrin clark has been described as the every man. a few pounds overweight, always fancies a pint of guinness. don't we wall. the every man is leading the 140th open championship. conditions to start round three miserable. 25 to 30-mile an hour winds. raining. welcome to summer in southeast england. the dane a pro shop on the par four ninth. a few hops. check in and spin in for the eagle. a two over 7. even par tied for 7th. only three guys-under par today. ricky fowler buries the birdie on 16. dustin johnson playing in the final group for the sixth time in the last six majors. he is one back of clark and he should consider that lucky. clark the only player today to birdie the first hole. while he shot a under 69, short putts would not fall for him. clark with a one-shot lead as i said on dustin johnson. fowler joins bjorn three back. the every man the fan favorite. >> i don't go to the gym all the time. i'm a little on the h heavy side. i like to drink and socialize i think most people that come to watch will relate
of the first six. this is on 7 and for eagle. and the left-hander is charging, tieing darryn clark for the lead. but clarke will answer his own on 7 as well. the eagle of his own and yes, the northern ireman goes back up by 2. now mickelson birdies 10. he had a short putt on 11 and this is his achilles heel. but that's only good enough tofy for 2nd. and the other american, justin johnson began one-shot back. this is a lay-up on 14. out of bounds. the white stakes are o.b. and that's gone and he would tie for second as well. to clarke leads by 3 shots. he can tap this in and going to play with the crowd and a little smile and the 42-year- old makes it official. clarke 5 under wins by 3 and his first major comes 20 years into his open championship career. the third major winner from northern ireland in the last 13 months alone. >>> how about your nats visiting the braves. gorzelanny on the hill but had trouble on the base path. this is in the 3rd and the nats down 2-0. and burnadina at the dish. and here comes gorzelanny, waved home and to collide with the catcher. here comes burnadina and he's s
clark's wife lost a two-year battle with cancer. golf at the time took the backseat to rages five and seven-year-old boy. slowly he picks up the pieces and his golf game considered under achieving came kaim to fruition this week. the final round of the open championship. wet, blustery conditions again. phil mickelson started the day five strokes off the lead and quickly worked his way into contention. he buries the eagle putt and he has to share the lead. clark would respond when he gets to number seven. over the hump and clark with the eagle to -7. he threw 10 and then he falls off the map. four bogies on the back nine and finished at two under. he was two back when he hit this approach on 14. he simply got greedy in the par five and he sails out of bounds. that finished him. no pressure on clark as he walked up 18 with the fore shot lead. a tap in bogey and clark claims his first in his 20th attempt. >> have i tried and tried and tried. as much as i was fed up with the game, we are contenders. >> 15,000 mc hammer bobbleheads were passed out. you have to see it. you can't touch
before saturday, police say a man with a gun demanded money from the clark. the clark activated an alarm. authorities say a man runs out of the store with no cash. 20 minutes, they say the guy went into this exxon with that gun and demanded money with a much different outcome. the employee opened the cash register. then the suspect shot the employee and took off with the money. the employee was shot through the arm into through his chest. >> it was real bad. >> three hours later, a 7- eleven is robbed at gunpoint a. 40 minutes later, the same thing happened at this royal farms in dundalk. these incidences' may be related to the bel air stickup. >> he has been lucky so far. hopefully everybody keeps an eye out and tries to do that. >> police say no one in the last couple of robberies were hurt. they say they do not have a specific description of the gun man. they hope to release some surveillance images tomorrow. wbal-tv. >> according to the associated press, maryland police took off -- a man took off with his daughter this afternoon. the child is safe after a threat was made on her life.
, meriwether lewis and clark. >> one of the great land mass purchases occurred in 17 03, and of course the most famous event was the the was and clark expedition. -- lewis and clark expedition. in our collection is one of the only surviving maps that went with them. this map represented the triptych. it actually provided the information needed for the whole first year. p, there are, -- matt indications of blood on it, so it is an authentic map. we have skated on our website. a patron wants to look at it, it is readily available. whether you live in the u.s., or beijing or moscow or london. >> others just wanted it all to go away. >> the papers of president coolidge, he was often called silent cal. and there are good reasons for that. he was reticent in his public speaking. and he followed that in his papers as well. it is with an era when presidential papers were personal property and he could do whatever it he wanted with them that he pleased. what pleased him when he left the white house was to burn almost all of them. what we have are from some pride -- filing cabinets that were in the basem
on the par four he sets up a birdie. he's 4-under right now. 42-year-old darren clark two shot lead. threw a 68 today and the man from northern ireland makes a 90 feet eagle put. look at the fancy stuff he does with the arrows too. he is-4. it is open for all to take. meantime the giants getting ready for game two of the series with san diego. made a roster move today. pat burrell has a mild foot strain. they bring in a catcher by the name of hector sanchez who got rave reviews from barry zito when he was down there. we'll see how things are going with the nfl labor problems. they may have a settlement in the next 46 to 48 hours. that is the sporting life. >> all right. >> mark, thank you. >>> a stretch of san francisco coastline is suddenly faces a rocky future. coming up, winter storms last year forced lengthy closures for the great highway along ocean beach. it finally opened again but the city is now being told the repairs aren't good enough. find out why in 30 minutes on tv 36. >>> and at the circus of fire on ktvu.com. watch our special report on the crucibal playing this week end. y
guy from northern ireland might be the next to win a major championship. 42-year-old darren clark would be the 24th different man in history to win a major over the age of 40. chuck bell might be next. third round action at the british open, strong winds and rain making it tough at royal st georges. he shoots a 2 under 68, three shots behind the leader. shot of the day, denmarks anders hanson. par 4 9th. the ball takes a couple bounces and a u turn into the cup for a eagle. hanson is at even par for the tournament. dustin johnson here at number 12, putting for birdie and putting with precision. johnson is in second place at minus 4, one shot behind darren clark. on 12, he gets the birdie to go here and shoots a 1 under 69 and leafs the british open add 5 under par. clark trying to win his very first major championship. >>> in may jar league soccer. d.c. united and fc dallas ended a scoreless tie. united will take on the new england revolution. tomorrow in frank feather germany, the u.s. women's germany, the united states defeated japan three times and the u.s. last won the world c
marcia clark and dr. drew pinsky. first the crumbling sexual assault case against dominique strauss-kahn. the man who still might be the next president of france. who could forget the headlines? hotel maid's lured account and of course the suspect's dramatic capture. new york authorities rushing to the airport to arrest him. but keeping them honest, did they also rush needlessly to indict him? moving too quickly, missing red flags about his accuser's credibility? today lawyers for strauss-kahn sat down with manhattan prosecutors. they called it a constructive meeting. a spokeswoman for the d.a. says says no decisions have been made about dropping the case, the case that if you believe the sound bites sounded like a slam-dunk. >> sir, you said the detectives concluded that victim was a credible victim and that her story had credibility. what is that based on? >> what is that based on? >> yeah. >> it's based on the experience of sexual victims detectives. this is all they do. they investigate these types of crimes. obviously credibility of the complainant is a factor in cases of this
. your kids will each take care of our class hamsters, lewis & clark. then i'll tell them the story of pluto, the sad little planet that was. i'll introduce them to some new friends, the fractions, and some cold blooded ones, the dinosaurs. [sfx: dinosaur growl] clark! anyway, here's what they'll need: markers, scissors, crayons, pencils, folders, juice boxes, pretzel sticks, glue sticks, tape that sticks, and glitter. so much glitter. school takes a lot. target has it all. your home and auto policies and save. don't worry, tiny people. flo is a gentle giant. bundle home and auto at progressive.com. >> the space shuttle atlantis is on its way back to earth, the last space shuttle to leave the international space station. atlantis is scheduled to land at kennedy space center in florida on thursday. the finger-pointing continues in washington. we are exactly two weeks away from the day the obama administration says america will not be able to pay its bills. but they are no closer to a deal to prevent default. >> republicans call their plan cut, cap and balance. cut spending, including
's going to be such a big school year. your kids will each take care of our class hamsters, lewis & clark. then i'll tell them the story of pluto, the sad little planet that was. i'll introduce them to some new friends, the fractions and some cold blooded ones, the dinosaurs. [sfx: dinosaur growl] clark! anyway, here's what they'll need: markers, scissors, crayons pencils, folders, juice boxes, pretzel sticks, glue sticks, tape that sticks, and glitter. so much glitter. school takes a lot. target has it all. 3 &&pthe world faces ,3&ppinanccal problems... but innesttrs rr gettingggreen.. and as aaaa shapiio reports... thh goovrnment ii sellingg t's last stakks in chrysler. chrysler. investtos making oney...as 3 as governments n europe andd ammrrccaseem to be makkng progress on ebt deals. 3& puuting ttee wiihhchryslerrthe 3 remaining stake in he -3 auttmaker toonew owner fiat -- for more than half a billion buckk lent to the old chhyyler. aaerica's wo laagest ccmpaaies that mmnage hooking up.exppess cripts buying rivaa medcc for 29 stock..he nee commany will pouuhly
. clark matches mickelson with one of his own. ain,he would come backa agian trailing two strokes. to pull within one. we have seen this. bogeyed four of the last eight. for second. clark was as consistant as it gets. on the 18th hole, he wins his age 42.t the stanley cup can get delayed. horton had to wait for trophy to arrive. e retrieved this. break.h we and humid at the end of e week. dangerous heat and humidity. thank you for watching. see you later tonight at 11:00. see you later tonight at 11:00. [ man ] i got this new citi thankyou card and started earning loads of points. you got a weather balloon with points? yes i did. [ man ] points i could use for just about anything. ♪ ♪ there it is. [ man ] so i used mine to get a whole new perspective. ♪ [ male announcer ] the new citi thankyou premier card gives you more ways to earn points. what's your story? citi can help you write it. but what we should also be celebrating are the moments. the ones that could have been just another day but became extraordinary memories. moments when we learn about the world that came before us
known is limited, is limited to the christian people. >> thank you. ms. doss, ms. clark? >> i'm sorry, i have not been able to find any in my research. >> i agree with ms. clark. i have heard of anyone actually condemning it and coming out and speaking out against these crimes. >> could any of you are perhaps all of you walking through, say, a day in the life of a coptic christian in egypt. get kind of granular and tell me just how it's different from what it should be, just how the persecution, the atmosphere, the discrimination in society presents itself. when you go out industry in the morning. what is different from what it should be when you go to register for a drivers license? when you, say, go to a restaurant? give me a picture about daily life, the daily things we would go through. get granular here. you know, what is different question might also address was different since the revolution, going downhill since then. >> sure. i fisa been speaking with a lot of people who have been fleeing egypt. i meet a lot of people are not interested in emigrating to the united states because
rise? mr. clarke: thank you, mr. chair, i have an amendment at the desk. the chair: the clerk will report the amendment. the clerk: amendment offered by mr. clarke of michigan, page 3, line 3, after the dollar amount insert, reduce by $10 million. page 65, line 19, after the dollar amount insert, increase by -- mr. clarke: i ask that the reading requirement be suspended. the chair: without objection. the gentleman is recognized for five minutes. mr. clarke: thank you, mr. chair. i also ask to -- unanimous consent to revise and extend my remarks. the chair: without objection, so ordered. mr. clarke: thank you, mr. chair. this amendment would move $10 million from the bureau of land management to the environmental protection agency's geographic programs under the environmental programs and management account. here's the bottom line with this $10 million. it's helping to save jobs connected to the $7 billion great lakes fishing industry. this industry and the jobs connected to it are at stake, are at risk because of the asian carp. so it's my intention that the environmental prot
to peter clarke about their investigation? [talking over each other] >> given evidence -- i think this was -- >> he said everything was fine. we had a decent conservation -- the decision in terms of how it was managed. i think i referred in the letter to a range of issues before hand. that are used before coming -- >> mr. michael? >> the new investigation from new evidence and you got that respect or from the general concern that would indicate the need to take a fresh look at the evidence. in september of 2010 you were unable to tell me if the investigation was taking place at that time. was there? >> we were escaping the information that had been published in the new york times on september 3rd last year. again, it was a very interesting -- in terms of, that was managed in terms of the level of cooperation we had. >> was there a lot of investigation? >> it was a skateing study for advice and terms of whether they thought there was a requirement of the investigation of the letter of a last paragraph of my letter saying they knew then but did not meet the eventual -- >> looking at
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's universe. the latest champion, darren clarke, beginning today's final round with a one-stroke lead in pursuit of his first major. clarke hitting his approach to the par-2 second hole, to set him up nicely for birdie and two-stroke lead. when michelson made eagle on the 7th hole he wassed to a for the lead. mickelson 6 under par through 10 burb he made four boggize, like here at 11:00 mickelson finished with a 68, three strokes back. clarke got that stroke back and one more when he, too, was good on an eagle putt on the same 7 hole. the other player in contention was dustin johnson. johnson began the day one stroke back, making birdie on no. 12, he was back within two with six to play. any chance of johnson rallying late came to abend at 14 and where his second shot ends up in the briars and brambles. johnson did not threaten again. that meant clarke could cost coming in. he took at 18, his par-putt comes close, but doesn't drop. even par-70 for clarke who ends up five under par for the tournament and three strokes ahead of the rest of the field. final look at how it all shook out.
not answered. >> joins us now, marcia clark, former los angeles deputy district attorney, o.j. simpson prosecutor and author of the novel "guilt by association". also casey anthony's former lead defense attorney andrea lyon. marcia, to that juror's question, do you have to know how somebody died and what the motive was in order to find them guilty? >> no, you don't, anderson. the prosecution is required to prove all the elements of the crime. that is all they're required to prove. a motive is not an element of any crime. you are not required to prove motive. and neither are you required to prove cause of death. as a matter of fact, there's many times when we have cases, homicides, that have no body. i had a few of them myself. and i had a jury return a guilty verdicts on all of them. and one of them a first degree murder conviction. when you have a no body case you don't have a cause of death, you don't have a murder weapon. you have none of those things. yet the juries were able to convict. so what she is saying basically is that she wants the prosecution to answer every single questi
-from-behind win. >>> to golf, darren clarke had a three-stroke lead heading into the final round of the open and phil mickelson made him sweat it out. drilled the long eagle on 7. lefty pulled even but couldn't get over the hump. clarke with room for error on 18. two-putt for the win. at 42 years of age, the irishman finally wins his first major, taking the open by three strokes. and the shot of the day wasn't from the open. former colorado avalanche joe sakic on the million dollar 17th hole. he shoots. he scores! 500,000 for him and another 500 grand for charity. not a bad day on the links. that's your early look at sports on "early today," i'm bill seward. >> "early today" sports is brought to you by touch of gray. get rid of some gray, never all. >>> well, an iconic american director sneaks in a personal milestone on harry potter's big weekend. your early morning entertainment headlines are straight ahead. >>> plus, endangered by environmental pollution, and banged up by abusive boaters, they're making their bid to stick around no matter what. and they may have found their poster boy. you
of our class hamsters, lewis & clark. then i'll tell them the story of pluto, the sad little planet that was. i'll introduce them to some new friends, the fractions, and some cold blooded ones, the dinosaurs. [sfx: dinosaur growl] clark! anyway, here's what they'll need: markers, scissors, crayons, pencils, folders, juice boxes, pretzel sticks, glue sticks, tape that sticks, and glitter. so much glitter. school takes a lot. target has it all. >>> with the shuttle program coming to an end, nasa is shifting its focus to exploration farther into space. reporter john zorela tells us what's in the works. >> reporter: elon musk runs space tech. virgin has galactic. both are using their wealth to try bold attempts to make space travel as routine as boarding an airplane. >> people used to think it was the impossible to build your own spaceship and spaceship company to take people into space. that's the kind of challenge that i like to prove them wrong. >> we want to see a future where we are exploring the stars, where we are going to other plants. where we're doing the great things we read
. as and mandy clark reports he's a lot older than the ones he treats in afghanistan. >> reporter: in afghanistan back from the fighting the men and women of the u.s. military have tough jobs and the medical problems to match. >> when did this come up? >> this one started today. >> reporter: an experienced eye makes all the difference and few are more experienced than john burston, an ear nose and throat specialist from georgia. he may not bring it all but he brings a lot of history to his work at this military clinic in kabul. >> they're not sure if i'm a father figure or grandfather figure. >> reporter: what does he take away from the experience? >> i carry with me mostly an appreciation for the incredible sacrifice i see among the young people here. >> reporter: dr. burston is a volunteer with the reserves, his fourth tour since 2005, two in iraq, two in afghanistan. he joined the army in 1955. but never saw combat, missing korea and vietnam. he was out of uniform for 26 years and says the nature of war has changed dramatically in that time. >> this is a complicated war and we're in a situatio
the eagle putt to go to 5 under and tied aaron clark for the year. but this belongs to mr. daren clark, three sub-par rounds before today's even 70. the 42-year-old winner of the british open. >>> hey, kyle busch. the winner. excuse me, kirt busch, no, no, ryan newman. that's sports for now. hope you have a good weekend. >>> still to come at 11:00, some smooth moves. a man showing off his dancing skills at the baseball stadium. we'll show you what he can do coming up. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, >>> well, this guy looks like fun. a baseball fan brought his dancing shoes to a seattle mariners game. [ laughter ] ♪[ music ] >> check that out. he does everything even the robot right there. he busted out his best bookies. you can see there, his kids, yeah, they got into the fun, too. we'll be right back. ,,,,,,,,,,,
. but little-known darren clarke seems to like the conditions just fine. he's our leader through three rounds. here's what we've got. royal st. george's in search of the claret jug, the 140th year, most of them wet. rory mcilroy having a tough day. he shot a plus 4 on the day and sits tied for 25th. phil mickelson gets a bunker. plus 1 for the day. fowler birdieing on 16 and he finishes 2 under. and second dustin johnson for birdie on ten, 4 under for the tournament. your leader is northern ireland's darren clarke, the last time he contended for a major was ten years ago. he misses by inches for eagle, and leads the field at 5 under par heading into sunday. >> that's where you need to be, you know, tomorrow the forecast is wind again. it's going to be tough. and i know what to expect, so i'll go out tomorrow and do my best, and if my best isn't good enough, then i'll be trying again the next day. >>> a's a winner last night, today a scheduled doubleheader with the angels game one. top of the seventh, angels up 2-0, aybar, 3-0 halos and they do the happy dance. bottom of the seventh, a's down
, lewis & clark. then i'll tell them the story of pluto, the sad little planet that was. i'll introduce them to some new friends, the fractions, and some cold blooded ones, the dinosaurs. [sfx: dinosaur growl] clark! anyway, here's what they'll need: markers, scissors, crayons, pencils, folders, juice boxes, pretzel sticks, glue sticks, tape that sticks, and glitter. so much glitter. school takes a lot. target has it all.
tied for 2 under, 68 to move within one shot of the lead. darren clark tied with glover. he ends it all alone in 1st, 1 under, 69, dropping clark to 5 under for the turnment. he tees off bright and early at 6:15. >> that was your clock going off. >> i know you're staying up to watch that. >> you bet cha all night. >> remember we are always on at our website. ♪ [ woman ] sam begged and pleaded... so i sent him to camp. we'd earned lots of points with our new citi thankyou card... and i put them to good use. he told me about his bunkmates, and how he signs up for every activity. ♪ he even hangs out with the camp director. just like that. [ male announcer ] the new citi thankyou premier card gives you more ways to earn points. what's your story? citi can help you write it.
clarke, drain a long one. clarke and lucas glover at 4- under par. and funny, you can get up or stay up around 2:00 in the morning and see some of the british open third round stuff. when you're just getting in you want to see good putting. >> i don't know why you think i go out all hours of the night. we don't go out prancing around the city. >> just a couple that likes to stay home and quietly love. that's nice. me too. the nfl lock out appears on the home stretch, you don't have nfl lock out fatigue by now, there's smith strutting. i'll spare you the propaganda, the only bottom line here that's floated around by next friday they could have something signed and why nobody is really a fan will sweat when they miss games. we're hearing a billionaire versus a millionaire, it's almost over. >> okay. you sound relieved. >> it's good. glad to see both sides happy. >> have a good night and a great weekend everybody. see you later. ]s
to be such a big school year. your kids will each take care of our class hamsters, lewis & clark. then i'll tell them the story of pluto, the sad little planet that was. i'll introduce them to some new friends, the fractions, and some cold blooded ones, the dinosaurs. [sfx: dinosaur growl] clark! anyway, here's what they'll need: markers, scissors, crayons, pencils, folders, juice boxes, pretzel sticks, glue sticks, tape that sticks, and glitter. so much glitter. school takes a lot. target has it all. chris: welcome back. take a look at this stunning poll information. in the exit polls on the day barack obama beat john mccain in 2008, 60% of voters who said they were pessimistic about the economic future voted for obama. compare that to the most recent nbc/"wall street journal" poll. only 16%, 1-6, who were very pessimistic about our economic future approve of the job barack obama is doing now. bob, is obama's cool nature going to work for him? >> he's going to have to become uncool and he's going to have to become the preacher, the passionate person, and convince people he's delivered better ec
school year. your kids will each take care of our class hamsters, lewis & clark. then i'll tell them the story of pluto, the sad little planet that was. i'll introduce them to some new friends, the fractions, and some cold blooded ones, the dinosaurs. [sfx: dinosaur growl] clark! anyway, here's what they'll need: markers, scissors, crayons, pencils, folders, juice boxes, pretzel sticks, glue sticks, tape that sticks, and glitter. so much glitter. school takes a lot. target has it all. >> kevin gregoire and david ortiz will both sit down this season at the yard, both serving suspensions for a fight. the red sox pummelled the pitching tonight, winning 15-10. the first inning, derrek lee, the ball carrying in the camden yards heat. the first triple in two years. adam jones and matt we are scored. during his bill buckner impersonation. carl crawford scored, 4-2 boston. the orioles playing catch up the rest of the night. j.j. hardy tonight, a quick return on the investment. a two-run home run and that pull the orioles within 2, down 6-4. darnell mcdonnell comes in to score, 9-7 boston. re
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